Help running house wifi network through paid VPN service

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xVirus33x

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Hello, my family just subscribed to a paid VPN service and asked me to help figure out how to get the house's wifi network go run all traffic in the house through it. In short I guess we want the router to run through the VPN if that is possible.

We have a netgear R100 router and the VPN service is through PIA

Thank you in advance for any help!
 

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No. These proxy services utilize a client to server VPN tunnel. They do not do a site to site. If you want all your wireless clients to utilize this service, you have to purchase service for each device you want to be on it.
 

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No. These proxy services utilize a client to server VPN tunnel. They do not do a site to site. If you want all your wireless clients to utilize this service, you have to purchase service for each device you want to be on it.
Ok so we have several amazon fire TVs and sticks through which we run kodi because we cut cable out of our bill and we want all their streaming to be able to run through that VPN by getting the router where they all connect to run through the VPN, are you saying there is absolutely no way to do this ?
 

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That's exactly what I'm saying.

I also don't understand why you're using a proxy service in the first place. Note, I know you're using the term VPN for the service you've subscribed to and I refuse to use the term VPN to describe their services regardless of whether they're using it to describe their services; because they're a proxy service plain and simple.
 
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